Eyelet hole

a hole made for an eyelet.

See also: Eyelet

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Insert the needle through each design eyelet hole (C).
Thick surgical sutures are threaded through the end of the ripped tendon or ligament and then tied down to the eyelet hole of a small metal bone anchor which is firmly inserted and fixed in the bone.
* Underline eyelet fabric with a similar fabric color, or use a contrasting fabric color to showcase the eyelet holes (D).
The large, often mushroom-shaped knops are generally pierced with eyelet holes and decorated with delicate inlays of thin gold or silver wires.
Check for eyelet holes under the arms in rubberised Macs.
Lo and behold, once I threaded everything onto it, I found it rode like a dream and the extra-length belt with lots of eyelet holes can be adjusted to go over a coat when its cold, or just around my ample hips in summer.